Jays radio analyst Joe Siddall co-hosts with Jeff Blair to reflect on the club’s 9-3 win over the Orioles; the duo are joined by HOFer Ferguson Jenkins to discuss the pitcher’s experiences at Wrigley Field, which is celebrating its 100 birthday today.
Stanley Cup Playoffs talk with Denis Potvin; Blue Jays voice Jerry Howarth on the team’s 9-3 victory over the Orioles, behind R.A. Dickey’s 6 innings.
Raptors Radio play-by-play man Paul Jones on the club evening its series with the Nets; listeners rank this Raptors playoff experience.
Brady and Walker get the New York perspective on the Raptors Nets series from Mitch Lawrence and talk about trash talking in the NHL playoffs with Matthew Barnaby.
Hockey Central’s Doug McLean joins Brady and Walker to discuss Tampa Bay being swept out of the playoffs and what he expects to see in the rest of the 1st round.
The Habs sweep the Lightning, the Raptors pull even with the Nets, and the Blue Jays go deep Brady and Walker recap a busy night for Toronto sports fans.
The Toronto Raptors played a physical game against the Brooklyn Nets Tuesday on the way to evening their first-round series, and Greivis Vasquez was a big part of that intensity.
Improving their screen-and-roll defence is just one of the adjustments the Raptors have to make if they hope to bounce back from game one’s 94-87 loss.
Despite effectively neutralizing the experience difference between both clubs for the first three quarters, the Nets veteran savvy eventually proved to be too much for the Raptors in game one.
Maybe the most overlooked player on the Raptors’ roster, Nando De Colo has nevertheless shown glimpses of something special
Dropping four of their last five games, the Brooklyn Nets seem to have engineered a first-round meeting with Toronto. The Raptors haven’t missed the slight and they’re using it as fuel.
As all but one of Canada’s NHL clubs miss the playoffs, front office changes are being made, each with the hope of bringing about a ‘culture change.’ What does that mean? Not much.